Well... I have to say that most of Terengganu road are actually built alongside the beaches .. so here's a tribute to the beautiful Terengganu beaches... alongside with some of Pahang's beaches - mainly located in the Cherating part.
Once you've been to Terengganu and Pahang beaches, you wouldn't want to go to the west side beaches of Peninsular Malaysia.. maybe because the east coast is directly open to the sea i.e. South China Sea - that is why it is cleaner and has fresher air.. On the other hand, the west side is protected from the open sea by Indonesia Island of Sumatera - it is a busy ship route as well. However, this location also protected Malaysia (with minimal no. of loss in Penang Island) from the deadly tsunami in 2004.
My absolute favourite pic - Kimi at Kuala Kerteh beach - when he is about 6 months old.
Also playground for the kids - Kimi's favourite spot.
More Kuala Kerteh beaches...
Kimi, my mum and sis at Kuala Kerteh...
This is Pantai Teluk Gadung - run alongside from Dungun town to UiTM (MARA Technology University).. can have fresh coconut juice, deep fried seafood all day long.. yummy... we bought large size of sotong (squid) for RM12/kg... yummy..
Kimi nowadays at Pantai Batu Buruk in the heart of Kuala Terengganu. Have to say it is hard prying him from playround when he's in one.
Leaving footprints on the sand... Kimi around 2 years of age..
Here was hubby and Kimi walking side by side at Cherating beach during our short weekend break at one of the Cherating resorts about two years back..
Is MIA a regulator or a country club?
2 months ago